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Hot chocolate in the slow cooker ( for 36 ! )

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spiderbabymum Sun 11-Dec-16 21:05:34

How long will it take to heat up 3.5 litres of hot chocolate in the slow cooker ?? For a gang if cubs

We are going in a night hike for 60-90 mins .....and all the leaders want to walk too

Lunar1 Sun 11-Dec-16 21:08:51

What recipe are you using, I'm having a party next weekend and was going to do a luxury hot chocolate in the slow cooker for the children.

spiderbabymum Sun 11-Dec-16 21:12:59

No recipie
Just nesquick . It's the best one IMO

GingerAndTheBiscuits Sun 11-Dec-16 21:16:50

Lunar I do 4l seem skimmed milk, 1 small tub double cream, big scoop of Nutella and 175g cadburys drinking chocolate. I do it on high for an hour or so then leave on warm. Serve with squirts cream, mini marshmallows and sprinkles

Will 3.5l be enough spiderbabymum? That's only 100ml each - I would have thought each serving would usually be double that. I'd just switch it on high before you go and it should be fine when you get back

Gobbolinothewitchscat Sun 11-Dec-16 21:17:10

Why don't you preheat it and then just put in SC to keep warm?

Gobbolinothewitchscat Sun 11-Dec-16 21:17:45

Also agree that 3.5l won't be enough

spiderbabymum Sun 11-Dec-16 21:20:50

Could everyone Please just leave how much will be enough to me

And help by attempting to answer the question I asked

Many thanks

NicknameUsed Sun 11-Dec-16 21:22:39

Nutella in hot chocolate would ruin it for me. I really don't like nutella (or cream)

WristBoundLatexBitch Sun 11-Dec-16 21:22:59

I done slow cooker hot chocolate it was awful!!! Quicker just to make it up after throwing away and re doing

ALemonyPea Sun 11-Dec-16 21:24:36

Wow, rude much? People are only trying to help.

I'd think if you out it on high then it will be done by the time you come back. Are you able to warm the milk in a microwave before? Just so it's not going in cold?

NoMoreMarbles Sun 11-Dec-16 21:25:22

Wow. I was going to answer your question and watching out for tips to make my own even better but I might just make my own thread and ask my own questions after that incredibly rude response from the OP...

spiderbabymum Sun 11-Dec-16 21:26:05

Not rude just frank
Very grateful for the tips
We have a hob bot no microwave

ALemonyPea Sun 11-Dec-16 21:28:47

If you take the chill off the milk then, it should be fine on high then. Don't boil the milk, just warm it slightly.

Bumpinthenight Sun 11-Dec-16 21:32:30

See here

Artandco Sun 11-Dec-16 21:33:27

Why bother?

Your doing tiny servings and just mixing hot milk with nesquick. Will take minutes to make in regular pan as it's just heat some milk and add powder. 100ml is expressing size. For 36 that's at least 10 litres. Just bowls two pans milk and chuck powder in

GingerAndTheBiscuits Sun 11-Dec-16 21:34:19

Nickname I don't like Nutella after but it's not noticeable somehow! I'm not a huge fan of hot chocolate but that recipe is the nicest I've ever had. Especially with a shot of something added wink

spiderbabymum Sun 11-Dec-16 21:35:58

Thanks Artandco
Yes I think you are right

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 11-Dec-16 21:36:31

Bahaaahahaaa hun lol xxxxx lolololx
This is why I don't bother with FB slow cooker groups.

GingerAndTheBiscuits Sun 11-Dec-16 21:37:46

After = either. Can't type tonight.

FabulouslyGlamourousFerret Sun 11-Dec-16 22:09:19

Ooh Nazzy Knickers grin

naturalnonblond Fri 16-Dec-16 12:27:11

Wow angry much?

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